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Sheriff asks for patience and presence while driving

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As students graduate this week, many families will make the trip to see their nieces, nephews and grandchildren accept their degrees. Many families may wish to visit Sheridan’s restaurants and businesses to celebrate the accomplishment. 

While appearing on Sheridan Media’s Public Pulse, Sheridan County Sheriff Levi Dominguez asked the public to be patient and leave early due to the increased traffic that will result from visitors from out of town. 

Sheriff L. Dominguez 

The Sheriff took the opportunity to remind the public that distracted driving while texting on a mobile device is not only extremely dangerous, it’s against the law. 

Sheriff L. Dominguez 

According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, in 2022, 3,308 people were killed and an estimated additional 289,310 people were injured in crashes involving distracted drivers.

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